The Best Of Printing Technology 2015
The 3D printing technology has consistently improved itself as a result of lots of innovations and discoveries including new design concepts, printers and models. Apart from the commercial outlook, 3D printing technology is designed to alter almost every key industry and modify the way we work, live and play in the future.
Mentioned below is a list of some of the best 3D printers that we have picked for you.
Airwolf AW3D HD
This has a class leading print volume of 1,150 cubic inches (12”x8”x12”), which parallels to 18,878 cubic centimetres and provides layer-to-layer resolution. Also, you need not pair it with a computer to print.
Lulzbot TAZ 5
If you’re considering a high quality 3D printer in a low budget, then the TAZ 5 is perhaps the best option on this list. It has 0.1mm resolution, heated print bed with PET film, and 298mm x 275mm x 250mm print area. It prints at 200mm/sec, 0.075mm to 0.35mm layer thickness, ABS/PLA/ HIPS/ PVA/ Wood Filaments and weighs ~24lb.
It delivers Up to 20 microns resolution, 223mm x 223mm x 305mm print area, Heated print bed, 30-300mm/sec print speed, ABS/PLA Filaments, has an LCD screen, and weighs about 26.5lb. It comes with an open source software.
The Cubify CubePro is one of the finest 3D printers because it offers a large print size, Wi-Fi printing and high-resolution models. It is a professional-quality 3D printer with abundant features and remarkable connectivity. It has multi-colour printing options and it is user-friendly.
Makerbot Replicator 2X
The MakerBot Replicator 2X is a desktop 3D printer that comes with the same features as that of MakerBot Replicator 2 but with the addition of dual extrusion, heated build platform. It prints high quality models with layer resolution of 100 microns promising to be a big step in affordable 3D printer technology.
From an unbiased point, we can only say that 3D printing is developing very rapidly and soon it will become an important technology.
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by techtalks @TechTalks October 26, 2015 5:06 AM UTC